Seven Iconic Foods of O’ahu and Where to Get Them [Summer Travel 2019]

Edwin Goei • OC Weekly • June 20, 2019
Garlic shrimp at Giovanni’s. Photo by Edwin Goei Like everyone else, you’re going to O’ahu for the sand and the surf. But as the most populous Hawaiian island, O’ahu also packs food options that are as endless as the traffic to those beaches. Seek...
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